Oregon failed to earn transparency categories for per-pupil expenditures, total expenditure data, and average salary data.

A recent report gave Oregon an F- for financial transparency in education. How does Oregon compare to its neighbors Washington and California? Before people make financial decisions, most seek out information in order to make better choices. But according to a recent report by the Cato Institute, when Oregon voters are tasked with making financial decisions about K-12 education, they are hard-pressed to find the information they need, let alone interpret what is available.
cascadepolicy.org/blog/2013/09/oregons-opaque-k-12…ances

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